"SURE" BRAND WIRE WOUND RESISTOR - SZA

 

ZERO OHM - Professional Grade

 

Zero Ohm Axial Lead Wire Wound Resistor, Brand Wire Wound Resistor, Wire Wound Resistor, Axial Lead Wire Wound Resistor, Thane, India

Introduction:

SZA Series is useful as a dummy component in circuits and can also be used as a jumper resistor. It can be universally used in any electronic circuitry.

Features:

 

General Specifications:

 

TEST LIMITS
Resistance <  0.005 Ohm
Maximum Current 5 Amps
Insulation Resistance 2 M Ohm at 500 V DC.
Temperature Coefficient 650 PPM/C at -30 to 155C
Solvent Test Printing should remain legible Using TrichloroEthane, IsoPropyl Alcohol
Terminal robustness

Tensile : 10N Dur. : 10 seconds

Bending  : 180, 3 Bends,

Torsion : 3 Rotation of  360 each

Operating Temperature -55C to +155C
Maximum Working Voltage 25 mV DC

Maximum Overload Voltage

100 mV DC

Dielectric withstanding Voltage 1 KV  Duration - 1 minute 0.5%
Temperature Cycling 5 Cycles of -65C, 25C, 150C, 25C  0.5
Short Term Overload 62.5 mV DC  Duration - 5 seconds  0.5%
Load Life More than 1000 Hrs. of endurance test method.
Damp Heat ( Steady State) 40C, 95% relative humidity Duration - 56 days 1%
Shock 1 Km/S
Vibration ( High Frequency)  10 to 2000 Hz : 200m/s
Solder ability Dip Method, solder Bath at : 230C 5C  - 5 seconds

Mechanical Data:

Table 1. Mechanical data

PRODUCT

L

 D

d

SSA2.5

16.0 1.5

5.5 0.5

0.80 0.03

 

Construction:

SZA: The resistor element is a resistive wire, which is wound, in a single layer, on a ceramic rod. Metal caps are pressed over the ends of the rod. The ends of the resistive wire and the leads are connected to the caps by welding. Tinned copper clad iron leads with poor heat conductivity are employed permitting the use of relatively short leads to obtain stable mounting without overheating. The resistor is coated with green silicon cement which is non-flammable, will not drip even at high overloads and is resistant to most commonly used cleaning solvents

 

Electrical Characteristics

DERATING: The power that the resistor can dissipate depends on the operating temperature.

Maximum dissipation (Pmax) in percentage of rated as a function of ambient temperature (Tamb)

 

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